Entries are now open for the Audio Production Awards 2020 and include a new Life in Lockdown Award.
The closing date is Friday 18 September 2020 at noon and the winners of all awards will be announced in an online event on Thursday 26th November.
Former BBC Radio 1Xtra breakfast presenter Dotty is joining Apple.
A.Dot will be Lead Cultural Curator for Apple Music and host a yet-unannounced show on Beats 1.
Dotty – real name Ashley Charles and also known as Amplify Dot or A.
Listeners to BBC Local Radio stations in the South West are getting the opportunity to name a GWR high speed train.
Nine local stations are taking part in the promotion, with 18 listeners eventually getting the chance to decide a name.
Sideman has left 1Xtra with immediate effect following the BBC using a racist slur in a news report.
The 1Xtra presenter announced his departure from the station on social media, saying it felt like “a slap in the face to our community”.
Eagle Radio breakfast presenter Peter Gordon has signed off for the last time, ahead of the station’s rebrand to Greatest Hits Radio in a few weeks’ time.
PG launched 96.4 The Eagle on 4th January 1996 when it first went on air.
A new eight-part series exploring the influences and important songs in the lives of Jazz FM’s superstar musicians starts this weekend.
The Music That Made Me is part of the Established 1990 season of programmes transmitting across the year.
Radiocentre has launched a brand new training app and is looking for sales staff from its member stations to try it out.
The app distils a wealth of research on radio advertising into creative and educational modules.